I feel guilty every time we travel on limited budget coz the first thing that we always have to sacrifice is food. Not that we don't eat but we often end up in fast food chains. On our Macau-HK trip in 2011 for example, we failed to fully experience Chinese cuisine. How sad. We know better now that you can always find a good place to eat without necessarily hurting your pocket ---even locally.
We always regard hotel buffets as expensive.I actually get the feeling that hotel buffets in the Philippines are relatively more expensive than in Malaysia for example.Weird.
To hear that HYATT MANILA has an All-You-Can-Eat DIM SUM Buffet for only 888php nett (really????) was a surprise and at the same time ---a celebration.
It's for real. Dimsum All You Can at Li Li Hyatt Manila for ONLY 888php!!!
Nakakahiya namang kainin to thinking of all the effort the chefs had to put up just to shape it into a fish. Pero kung ganun sya kaganda, ganun din sya kasarap. :)
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THE VERDICT: I am no expert in Chinese food and that said, on Dim Sum in particular.I was invited here to try it out and I suspected from the start that it will be hard to give a detailed description of the taste.I made up my mind that I would give the "I like it"or I don't like it"verdict.
I think I should show this to my students in South Korea who always tell me they don't like Chinese food because it's "oily". Steamed dim sum (even the fried ones) didn't feel greasy at all.
And for all of this at only 888php? Feels like a giveaway really. You know how expensive hotel buffets could get in Manila. Li Li Restaurant's All-You-Can-Eat DIM SUM Buffet is for those who don't have big appetite like me na pakiramdam ay lugi sa mga mamahaling buffet. Chinese food lover or not, I am sure you will enjoy it.
Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila is located at
1588 Pedro Gil cor. M.H. Del Pilar, Manila 1004, Philippines
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